Weighing in at 320 pounds and with a host of medical issues, including having high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and being pre-diabetic, 25-year-old David Diaz knew it was time for a change. While he'd tried diets and pills before, with no long-term success, he hadn't made a full lifestyle change. But he persevered, eating healthily and detoxifying his body with the help of body treatments. It worked, and he lost 100 pounds. He used his successful transformation as catalyst to found CorpoBello USA to help others achieve health and wellness. The clinic offers weight-loss guidance, but also massages, facials, laser hair removal, and other spa treatments to help people feel and look great.
Under the direction of an MD, the team at West Miami Health Center erases the line between health and beauty. The on-staff physician conducts blood tests and checkups, while the team of aestheticians oversees the relaxation process with facials, scrubs, and peels. Injured elbows sigh with relief inside paraffin-wax baths or noninvasive laser therapy, and tense muscles drink in heat from smooth river rocks during hot-stone massages.
Spa Advantage believes that regular massages are less a luxury and more a necessity to maintain bodily health and wellness. With multiple locations throughout Florida, this massage-spa chain is popular for a reason—its massage therapists are knowledgeable and friendly, and each location has a professional and soothing atmosphere.
Every massage begins by wrapping the client up in a warmed blanket before massage therapists customize their kneads to especially tight muscles or hard-to-reach shoulder knots and pinkie-toe itches. Tension melts away on the table, and clients leave feeling rejuvenated, looser, and less stressed.
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Privacy takes priority at Adevé Spa Salon, which was founded by stylist Adys Duardo and aesthetician Evelyn Acosta. Individual bathrooms connect to each private treatment room, where luxurious relaxation and beautification proceed. Inventive pampering treatments include ofuro-hyrdotherapy, which uses a Japanese-style hot tub to sap away stress and remove toxins. Massage kneads out muscular tension, while facials and photorejuvenation render skin as radiant as the mythical firefly devouring the sun. The hair spa, meanwhile, keeps locks looking as resplendent as the rest of the body, making hair silky and smooth with conditioning sessions and keratin treatments.
Over the years she spent treating athletes and working alongside chiropractors, Patricia Delgado learned to appreciate the physically and mentally rejuvenating effects of massage therapy. She now shares her expertise with a wider range of clients, helping them live healthier lives free of chronic pain and discomfort. Instead of relying on invasive medical procedures and prescription medications, Patricia utilizes the power of human touch to both locate and relieve sources of withheld tension or deeply rooted injury. She accomplishes this by employing a range of specialized massage modalities, including everything from relaxing Swedish strokes and focused deep-tissue pressure to myofascial release and craniosacral therapy. In addition to increasing circulation and improving joint flexibility, these treatments can help heal soft tissue and leave muscles feeling more relaxed than the jelly beans that the President ceremonially pardons each Easter.